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(Phys Org2)   Scientists invent 'quantum flute' meaning an 'ocarina of time' is within our grasp sometime in the near past   (phys.org) divider line
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2022-07-07 11:19:02 AM  
I'm not sure this is good news. E for Everyone my ass.

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2022-07-07 12:12:14 PM  
To have so many photons "talking" to one another in a lab experiment is extremely strange, akin to seeing a cat walking on hind legs.

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2022-07-07 12:38:44 PM  
I was really hoping for some sort of oversimplified animation of the process we could all laugh at in 20 years
 
2022-07-07 2:46:18 PM  
Pied Piper?

"Not a quantum hot dog"
 
2022-07-07 3:46:25 PM  
Time traveling flute? That explains Ian Anderson.
Jethro Tull - Living In The Past (Supersonic, 27.03.1976)
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Well, that and pure raw talent.
 
2022-07-07 4:14:25 PM  
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